Yep, an interesting exercise !
A few examples from years ago when I was working in an industrial area where
there always seemed to be rubbish (mainly plastic) blowing around:
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> Subject: [OM] : how does one photograph wind?
> You guys got me going.
> Capturing things affected by wind that LOOK like they are isn't always simple.
> Flags seem natural, but can look static,
> even when the wind is blowing like stink.
> I think this is one where a static shot does look like the wind is blowing.
> Gale Moose
> BTW, these two shots are on opposite sides of the planet.
> On 12/6/2021 2:32 AM, Philippe wrote:
> >> Le 4 déc. 2021 à 09:08, Nathan Wajsman <photo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> >> From a photographic point of view to photograph wind is harder than to
> photograph, say, rain. Here is one attempt:
> >> https://www.greatpix.eu/All/Picture-A-Day/i-tcr4KnP/A
> > I like it for many reasons :-)
> > Let me share some of my attempts too
> > http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/Phileica/Playground/WIND-Cape+Town-
> > http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/Phileica/Playground/WIND-Edimborough-
> > And this one, which one might find fart-fetched (sic) ...
> > http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/Phileica/Playground/WIND+-
> > Amitiés
> > Philippe
> What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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